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by Aalborg, Denise Dietz
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Topics: Weight Watchers International, Women detectives, Police, Weight loss
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by Abel, Kenneth
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Topics: Police, Detective and mystery stories
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by Abraham Bolden
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Topics: Biography & Autobiography, Biography / Autobiography, Biography/Autobiography, Cultural...
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by Aimée Thurlo
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Topics: Clah, Ella (Fictitious character) -- Fiction, Government investigators -- Fiction, Police -- New...
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by Aird, Catherine
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A change of heart -- Due diligence -- Time, gentlemen, please -- Cold comfort -- Chapter and hearse -- The widow's might -- Handsel Monday -- Preyed in aid -- A different cast of mind -- Examination results -- Child's play -- Like to die -- Dead letters -- Gold, frankincense and murder -- The trouble and strife -- Losing the plot -- A soldier of the Queen -- Touch not the cat -- Exit strategy -- The wild card -- Coup de grace -- Dummy run
Topics: Sloan, C. D. (Fictitious character), Government investigators, Police, Detective and mystery...
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by Aird, Catherine
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Topics: Sloan, C.D. (Fictitious character), Police
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by Aird, Catherine
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Topics: Sloan, C. D. (Fictitious character), Police, Villages, Drug traffic, England
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by Aird, Catherine
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Detective Chief Inspector Sloan investigates the theft of a valuable painting from the old manor house of Tolmie Park just before the estate goes up in flames, but the search for a thief is complicated by the discovery of a grisly pile of bones in the collapsed rubble
Topics: Sloan, C. D. (Fictitious character), Crosby, Detective Constable W. (Fictitious character), Police,...
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by Aird, Catherine
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Topics: Sloan, C. D. (Fictitious character), Police
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by Aird, Catherine
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Topics: Sloan, C.D. (Fictitious character), Police, Large type books
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by Airth, Rennie, 1935-
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His quiet family life in rural 1932 England shattered by the brutal murder of a young village girl, former inspector John Madden teams up with former Scotland Yard colleagues, the British secret service, and the German police to investigate
Topics: Fugitives from justice, Ex-police officers, British, Madden, John (Fictitious character),...
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by Airth, Rennie, 1935-
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Originally published: London: Macmillan, 1999
Topics: Police, Psychopaths, Murder, World War, 1914-1918
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by Amy Garvey
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Topics: Police -- Fiction., Pennsylvania -- Fiction.
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by Andersen, Susan, 1950-
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"Zebra books."
Topics: Women physicians, Police, Rapists, Women, Police, Rapists, Women, Women physicians
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by Andrews, Robert, 1937-
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"A Marian Wood book"--Prelim p
Topics: Police, Clergy, Kearney, Frank (Fictitious character), Phelps, José (Fictitious character)
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by Andrews, Russell
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Topics: Police, Serial murders
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by Andrews, Russell
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Topics: Police, Murder
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by Andy Oakes
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Topics: Police -- China -- Fiction., Murder -- Investigation -- Fiction., Political corruption -- China --...
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by Anne Perry
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Topics: Monk, William (Fictitious character) -- Fiction., Police -- England -- London -- Fiction., Large...
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by Anne Perry
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Topics: Pitt, Thomas (Fictitious character) -- Fiction., Pitt, Charlotte (Fictitious character) --...
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by Archer Mayor
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Topics: Gunther, Joe (Fictitious character) -- Fiction, Police -- Vermont -- Brattleboro -- Fiction,...
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by Archer Mayor
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Topics: Joe Gunther (Fictitious character), Police, Serial murder investigation, Serial murders, Fiction
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by Archer Mayor
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Topics: Gunther, Joe (Fictitious character) -- Fiction., Police -- Vermont -- Brattleboro -- Fiction.,...
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by Armstrong, Kelley
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Topics: Ex-police officers, Murder for hire
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by Arnaldur Indriðason, 1961-; Scudder, Bernard, 1954-2007; Arnaldur Indriðason, 1961- Röddin
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Third vol. in the Reykjavik murder mysteries
Topic: Police
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by Ashford, Jeffrey, 1926-
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In England, Constable Toby Ash investigates the serial murders of seven girls. The killer prepared them for their deaths with chloroform of the kind used on butterflies. By the author of Twisted Justice
Topic: Police
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"Originally published in slightly different form in hardcover in the United States by Crown Publishers ... New York, in 2005"--Title page verso
Topics: Sociology, Police Science, Crime And Criminals, Law, Biography / Autobiography, Specific Groups -...
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by Baldacci, David
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A former Washington D.C. police cop out to prove herself and a young lawyer from a prestigious law firm meet after he discovers the dead body of a female partner at the firm. As they investigate the death, they start uncovering surprising secrets from both the private and public world of the nation's capital--and what began as a fairly routine homicide takes a terrifying and unexpected turn into something complex, diabolical, and possibly lethal
Topics: Ex-police officers, Women ex-convicts, Revenge, Large type books, Ex-police officers, Large type...
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by Bannister, Jo
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Originally published: London : Macmillan, 2000
Topics: Shapiro, Frank (Fictitious character), Donovan, Cal (Fictitious character), Graham, Liz (Fictitious...
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by Bannister, Jo
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Inspector Liz Graham of Castlemere, a small town in England, works to clear a colleague of a charge of police brutality. The colleague's fingerprints were found on a gun used to beat a suspect. By the author of No Birds Sing
Topics: Shapiro, Frank (Fictitious character), Donovan, Cal (Fictitious character), Graham, Liz (Fictitious...
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by Bannister, Jo
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"First published by St. Martin's Press, LLC"--T.p. verso
Topics: Farrell, Brodie (Fictitious character), Women private investigators, Mathematics teachers, Police,...
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by Barbara Bretton
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Topics: Women merchants -- Fiction, Knitting shops -- Fiction, Charms -- Fiction, Police -- Fiction, Magic...
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by Barbieri, Maggie
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College English professor and sometime amateur sleuth Alison Bergeron would've been thrilled to hear that her husband, NYPD Detective Bobby Crawford, was leaving Homicide if that were the whole story, but it turns out that Bobby's next assignment is even worse--undercover. As if worrying about his involvement in a case he won't talk about at all wasn't bad enough, Alison is forced to take over the women's basketball team at St. Thomas after the coach dies of a heart attack during a game. She...
Topics: Bergeron, Alison (Fictitious character), Crawford, Bobby (Fictitious character), Women college...
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by Barnard, Robert
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Topics: Police, Single mothers, Police, Black, Journalists, Clergy
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by Barnard, Robert
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Originally published in Great Britain by Collins Crime, 2001
Topics: Police, Police, Black
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by Barnard, Robert
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Topics: Police, Villages, Police, Black
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by Barnett, Mac; Rex, Adam, illustrator
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"This edition is available for distribution only through the school market"--Page 2 of cover
Topics: Preteens, Mistaken identity, Books and reading, Librarians, Police, Quilts, Preteens, Mistaken...
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by Barton, Beverly
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When a recent spate of horrific murders is linked to a long-ago series of brutal crimes she hoped would never resurface, Chattanooga grief counselor Audrey Sherrod, who moonlights for the local police, soon discovers that the worst is yet to come
Topics: Serial murderers, Police, Police, Serial murderers
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by Beaton, M. C
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When Paul and Trixie Thomas move to the village of Lochdubh, Trixie jumps into things with a vengeance. She organizes an anti-smoking league, promotes vegetarian cooking, even starts a birdwatching society. It's too much ... too perfect. It doesn't feel like the old Lochdubh anymore. So when Trixie is murdered, not everyone is exactly devastated
Topics: Macbeth, Hamish (Fictitious character), Police, Large type books
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by Beaton, M. C
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Originally published: New York : St. Martin's Press, 1985
Topics: MacBeth, Hamish (Fictitious character), Police
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by Beaton, M. C
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Topics: Macbeth, Hamish (Fictitious character), Police
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by Beaton, M. C
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Topics: MacBeth, Hamish (Fictitious character, Police, Detective and mystery stories
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by Beaton, M. C
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Topics: Macbeth, Hamish (Fictitious character), Police
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by Beaton, M. C
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Reprint. Originally published: New York : St. Martin's, 1987
Topics: Macbeth, Hamish (Fictitious character), Police
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by Beaton, M. C
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Topics: MacBeth, Hamish (Fictitious character), Police, Detective and mystery stories
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by Beaton, M. C
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Topics: MacBeth, Hamish (Fictitious character), Police, Detective and mystery stories
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by Beaton, M. C.
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"A Hamish Macbeth mystery"--Jacket
Topics: Macbeth, Hamish (Fictitious character), Police, Recycling (Waste, etc.)
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by Becka, Elizabeth, 1963-
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Topics: Medical examiners (Law), Women forensic scientists, Divorced mothers, Police
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by Benjamin Black
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Topics: Pathologists, Publishers and publishing, Police, Crimes against, Fiction
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by Bernard Cornwell
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Topics: Police -- Virginia -- Richmond -- Fiction, Police chiefs -- Fiction, Policewomen -- Fiction, Large...
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by Berry, Linda, 1940-
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Originally published: Waterville, Me. : Five Star, 2009
Topics: Roundtree, Trudy (Fictitious character), Murder, Police, Policewomen
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by Bevarly, Elizabeth
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Topics: Florists, Police, Romance fiction, Romance-language fiction, Romance-language fiction, Police
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by Billingham, Mark
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Topics: Police, Serial murders
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by Billingham, Mark
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"Originally published in Great Britain in 2001 by Little, Brown and company"--T.p. verso
Topics: Police, Serial murders
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by Billingham, Mark
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Topics: Police, Organized crime, Murder for hire, Gangsters, Detective and mystery stories
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by Billingham, Mark
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Topics: Thorne, Tom (Fictitious character), Police, Serial murder investigation
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by Billingham, Mark
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Detective inspector Tom Thorne investigates a series of murders of ex-convicts by an anonymous pen-pal who befriended the convicts while they were in prison and then murdered them upon their releases
Topics: Thorne, Tom (Fictitious character), Police, Police, Thorne, Tom (Fictitious character)
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by Bird, Beverly
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Topics: Romance, Fiction, Fiction - Romance, Romance: Modern, Romance - General, Non-Classifiable, Romance...
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by Blaize Clement
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Topics: Women detectives, Pet sitting, Dixie Hemingway (Fictitious character), Fiction, Grandfathers,...
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by Bland, Eleanor Taylor
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"G.K. Hall large print core series"--T.p. verso
Topics: MacAlister, Marti (Fictitious character), African American police, Police, Policewomen, Large type...
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by Bland, Eleanor Taylor
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In Lincoln Prairie, Illinois, black policewoman Marti MacAlister investigates the murder of a black woman--dead for some thirty years--whose body is discovered in an abandoned movie theater. Shortly after, the theater's owner is murdered and MacAlister finds a connection. By the author of See No Evil
Topics: MacAlister, Marti (Fictitious character), African American police, Police, Policewomen
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by Bland, Eleanor Taylor
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"Marti MacAlister, and her partner, Mathew Jessenovik, are assigned a most unusual case--all that's left of the unfortunate murder victim is an arm. Their investigation into this murder and dismemberment leads them into the exclusive and secretive history of the artistic community in Lincoln Prairie, Illinois."--Jacket
Topics: MacAlister, Marti (Fictitious character), Police, African American police, Americans, Policewomen
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by Bland, Eleanor Taylor
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Topics: MacAlister, Marti (Fictitious character), African American police, Policewomen
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by Blauner, Peter
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In the aftermath of murder convict Julian Vega's release on a technicality, detective Francis X. Loughlin is forced to enlist the man's assistance in a case involving baffling DNA evidence and tactics similar to Vega's
Topics: Police, Women physicians, DNA fingerprinting, Judicial error, Ex-convicts
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by Booth, Stephen, 1952-
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Includes excerpt from: One last breath
Topics: Cooper, Ben (Fictitious character), Fry, Diane (Fictitious character), Police, Policewomen
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Topics: Police, Cooper, Ben (Fictitious character), Fry, Diane (Fictitious character)
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by Booth, Stephen, 1952-
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A house fire that claims the lives of a woman and two children triggers an investigation by Detective Sergeant Diane Fry and Detective Constable Ben Cooper as they follow a trail that takes them from their native Derbyshire to the other side of Europe
Topics: Cooper, Ben (Fictitious character), Fry, Diane (Fictitious character), Police
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by Booth, Stephen, 1952-
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In England's tourist-laden Peak District, Detective Constable Ben Cooper and his partner, Diane Fry, search for a convicted killer bent on the ultimate revenge who is hiding in one of the region's many caves
Topics: Cooper, Ben (Fictitious character), Fry, Diane (Fictitious character), Police, Fugitives from...
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by Booth, Stephen, 1952-
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Topics: Cooper, Ben (Fictitious character), Fry, Diane (Fictitious character), Police, Policewomen
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by Born, James O
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ATF agent Alex Duarte finds himself on the trail of a serial bomber, a case during which he teams up with a Department of Justice lawyer and realizes that he has enemies dangerously close to home
Topic: Police
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by Bowen, Rhys
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Topics: Evans, Evan (Fictitious character), Young women, Missing persons, Police, Hiking
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Topics: Evans, Evan (Fictitious character), Police
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by Bowen, Rhys
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A village in north Wales is split over a project to turn the ruins of a castle into a tourist attraction. The argument between economists and environmentalists leads to murders and Constable Evan Evans has work to do
Topics: Evans, Evan (Fictitious character), Police, Detective and mystery stories
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Topics: Evans, Evan (Fictitious character), Police
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by Bowen, Rhys
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Topics: Evans, Evan (Fictitious character), Choirs (Music), Police